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    LEEDS UNITED boss Jesse Marsch has been hit with a touchline ban and a fine by the FA. The American, 48, has admitted using improper language during his side’s 5-2 defeat at Brentford. 1Jesse Marsch has been hit with a touchline ban and a fine for his sending-off at BrentfordCredit: Reuters He received a red card in the 64th minute of the Premier League clash in West London on September 3. Marsch was furious after Leeds were not awarded a penalty after Crysencio Summerville had gone down under a challenge from Brentford’s Aaron Hickey. He was given his marching orders after wildly remonstrating with fourth official Keith Stroud. Now he has been hit with a one-match touchline ban and a fine by The Football Association. READ MORE FOOTBALLRON TIMING Watch Ronaldo brush off female fan as she tries to get photo at half-time An FA statement confirmed: “Leeds United FC’s Jesse Marsch has been fined £10,000 and suspended from the touchline for their next fixture following a breach of FA Rule E3 that happened at their match against Brentford FC...
    A HYPOCRITE police boss who pledged to crackdown on speeding broke the limit five times in 12 weeks. Police and crime commissioner Caroline Henry, 52, was banned from driving after going up to 40mph on four separate 30mph roads. 1Hypocritical PCC Caroline Henry broke the speed limit five times in 12 weeksCredit: PA She was also caught twice doing 35mph and twice going at 38mph in a Mercedes and a Lexus, which had a personalised number plate, between March and June 2021 . Two of the occasions were near a primary school in Daybrook, Nottinghamshire. The Conservative commissioner's law-breaking comes despite her election campaign in May 2021 to "make Notts safe". She pledged to "reduce crime with action, not words" and promised effective and efficient police responses to speeding. READ MORE UK NEWSMURDER PLOT Woman 'tried to hire hitman to kill colleague after they both slept with boss'BOILING POINT Sun sets on 38.1C sizzler - but Brits face ANOTHER scorcher today Henry, married to Conservative MP Darren Henry, was fined £2,450 alongside a six-month driving ban today...
    RUSSIAN gymnast Ivan Kuliak has been slapped with a 12-month ban for wearing the controversial ‘Z’ war symbol next to a Ukrainian athlete. Kuliak caused uproar in March after finishing third in the parallel bars at the Apparatus World Cup in Doha. 2Ivan Kuliak has been banned from athletics for a year after wearing the 'Z' symbolCredit: Claro Sports 2Kuliak revealed the Russian war symbol while standing next to a Ukrainian athleteCredit: Claro Sports Standing next to Ukrainian winner Illia Kovtun, he proudly displayed the Russian army’s ‘Z’ symbol on his chest. The letter has been featured on Russian tanks and military vehicles in Ukraine. And it has become a symbol of support for Vladimir Putin’s invasion. The International Gymnastics Federation (IGF) declared it would push to open disciplinary proceedings against Kuliak “following his shocking behaviour.” READ MORE IN SPORTTYSON'S FURY Moment swaying Fury KICKS OUT at taxi after driver refuses to give him rideCON AIR McGregor looks huge in tight daring purple satin suit as UFC star heads to Cannes And they have now announced that the 20-year-old has...
    The International Gymnastics Federation, or FIG, for Federation Internationale de Gymnastique, has banned a Russian gymnast from competition for a year after the athlete donned the letter "Z," a pro-Russian war symbol, on his singlet. Ivan Kuliak won bronze in the federation's Apparatus World Cup in March in Dohar, Qatar, only to be forced to return his medal and $502 in winnings, which he initially received in Swiss francs. In addition, he owes the equivalent of $2,009 to the federation for "the costs of the proceedings." After dismissing charges when no violations were found, FIG pledged to pay the head of the Russian delegation, Valentina Rodionenko, and Kuliak's coach, Igor Kalabushkin, about $1,004 each for the cost of the proceedings. SEE IT: RUSSIAN GYMNAST WEARS WAR SYMBOL WHILE SHARING PODIUM WITH UKRAINIAN "Mr Kuliak breached the FIG Statutes, the FIG Code of Discipline, the FIG Code of Ethics and the FIG Code of Conduct when he wore the letter 'Z' on his singlet during the competition and the award ceremony," the announcement read. Kuliak...
    English Premier League giants Chelsea FC plunged into crisis today as sanctions against owner and Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich saw them banned from selling tickets and merchandise and slapped with a transfer ban, as several American billionaires have lined up to potentially take the club off his hands.  Interest from the wealthy across the globe, including the United States, has come in the London club, which features Pennsylvania-born star Christian Pulisic. Everyone from co-owners of MLB's Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago Cubs to the U.S.' former ambassador to the U.K. has rumored interest.  Abramovich is among seven oligarchs to be hit with an asset freeze and travel bans under brutal new UK sanctions unveiled today. The government has announced that the owner of Chelsea FC will also be prohibited from transactions with UK individuals and businesses.  Abramovich's one-time business partner, Oleg Deripaska, has been hit with the same measures - as have Rosneft chief Igor Sechin and four more described as being in Putin's 'inner circle'. Roman Abramovich will not be allowed to sell Chelsea, while unprecedented extra measures have...
    CHELSEA have been slapped with a transfer ban and are unable to give out any new contracts after Roman Abramovich was sanctioned by the UK government. The billionaire Russian oligarch will have all his assets frozen, be banned from coming to Britain and from doing any business here. 1Chelsea have a transfer ban and can't hand out new deals following sanctions on Roman AbramovichCredit: Getty And the sanctions effectively block his sale of Chelsea. MORE TO FOLLOW Most read in Premier LeagueBIG BOOST Deadline for $2,000 cash boosts passes as new $1,200 payments to go out in daysEVIL UPON EVIL Girl, 6, among three killed in ‘genocidal’ airstrike on maternity hospitalKIM KAR-FLASH-IAN Kim poses in CROTCHLESS see-through catsuit for sexiest SKIMS photos yetTRAINED KILLER World's most fearsome sniper in Ukraine vowing to slaughter Putin’s troops
    MARCO VERRATTI has been handed a two-game suspension for a foul-mouthed rant at French referee Mikael Lesage. The Paris Saint-Germain star slammed Lesage for 's****ing on' players after the French giants were humbled 3-1 by Nantes last month. 1Verratti remonstrated with referee Lesage throughout the match before aiming a stunning rant at the official after the gameCredit: AFP After an investigation by France's football governing body LFP, a disciplinary panel slapped Verratti with a two-game ban, one of which is suspended. In an interview after the game on February 19 with French TV channel Canal+, the 29-year-old took aim at Lesage in a scathing attack. He fumed: "It is not possible that we get 10 yellow cards. We can't talk to the referee, we can't do anything.  "He is the only referee in the world who can do something like that. Verratti continued: "Sometimes the referees have to take responsibility, because there we got s**t on it with the referees." His one-game ban comes into force from March 8, meaning he is available for the trip to Nice this...
    PREMIER League ace Ross Barkley has been slapped with a six month driving ban after being caught on his phone behind the wheel – and is understood to have already brought in a chauffeur. The Chelsea midfielder was today disqualified from getting behind the wheel after cops saw him using the mobile while driving his £150k Mercedes-AMG in Wandsworth, South West London, last July. 3The Chelsea star has been banned from driving for six monthsCredit: Getty 3Barkley was caught using his phone while driving his luxury MercedesCredit: MJ-Pictures.com Barkley, 28, was given six penalty points on his licence, and the ban was handed out after his “repeat offending”. The £110k-a-week defender was made to pay a £333 fine, £34 surcharge and £100 in costs at the behind-closed-doors hearing at Bromley Magistrates today. The Scouser, who has played for England 33 times, scoring six goals, pleaded guilty to a charge of using a handheld mobile phone while driving a vehicle. It is understood that Barkley...
    TWO Rotherham supporters have been arrested after an Accrington Stanley player was ‘assaulted’ during an unbelievable finish to Saturday’s League one clash. The drama unfolded in the 89th-minute with the league leaders winning 1-0. 2Two Rotherham fans have been arrested after the shocking scenes on Saturday against Accrington StanleyCredit: PA 2Stanley midfielder Harry Pell was allegedly assaulted by a pitch invader towards the end of the League One clashCredit: PA Stanley were awarded a penalty, but just as Harry Pell was lining up to take it, a pitch invader ran on a kicked the ball off the spot with one appearing to strike the midfielder – who eventually had his spot-kick saved. Accrington manager John Coleman claims that the match should have been abandoned after Pell was allegedly assaulted. He said afterwards: “I have never seen anything like that in my life. I was expecting the game to be abandoned. “It is one of those situations where Pelly is desperate to take it because he has been assaulted as well. “Was it the right thing to do? It's easy to...
    KYLE Walker will miss Manchester City’s next THREE Champions League games after Uefa hit the England defender with their maximum ban. Walker was sent off for a shocking kick from behind on Leipzig’s Andre Silva as the Etihad side lost their final group match. 1Walker has received the maximum punishment from UEFACredit: AFP The incident saw the defender come steaming in from behind before making a brutal swipe at the 26-year-old's legs. He got no contact on the ball and Pep Guardiola said: “I hope he learns from this. It was a red card, definitely.” The moment of madness cost City a draw or even a potential win. It meant the England full-back faced an automatic one-match suspension, although City were hoping to limit the damage. But after assessing the incident Uefa’s control and disciplinary body imposed the three-game ban. City have the right to appeal and could see the punishment reduced, potentially to two matches but are understood to be likely to accept the decision. Most read in SportGunners news Ruben Neves talks begin, Aubameyang 'offers himself to Barcelona'Chile...
    The Food and Drug Administration is in a dilemma of having to address the White House's ban on menthol cigarettes in the wake of lawsuits following a deadline on flavored electronic cigarettes. The FDA has failed to follow through with the ban on menthol cigarettes pushed through by President Joe Biden's administration. While the FDA is currently working on the ban, the administration has a deadline of April 2022 by which to enforce the menthol regulations, tangling the timelines for the flavored, electronic, and menthol tobacco bans. The FDA is set to meet in a federal court on Nov. 18 against anti-tobacco health groups and will have to answer as to its delay in addressing the menthol ban. WHITE HOUSE: FLOATED CIGARETTE AND VAPE LEVIES DO NOT VIOLATE BIDEN'S TAX HIKE PLEDGE "The FDA has put itself in a position of having sort of a tension between its action on menthol cigarettes and other kinds of flavored tobacco products — most specifically e-cigarettes," said Joelle Lester, director for commercial tobacco control programs with the Public...
    ENGLAND have been ordered to play a match behind closed doors after fan trouble at the Euro 2020 final. Gareth Southgate's men won't have fans present for their next UEFA home match, which will likely be a Nations League contest next year. 1England will have to play a game behind closed doors after fan trouble at the Euro 2020 final at WembleyCredit: AP And the Three Lions were also hit with an £85,000 fine as well as a second match behind closed doors, which is suspended for two years. It comes after chaos at the Euro 2020 final at Wembley this summer when ticketless fans stormed the stadium. England lost to Italy on penalties in a game that was overshadowed by the poor behaviour. More to follow Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogUNITED LATEST Rashford camp 'upset' by Solskjaer 'stick to football' comments - latestLive BlogFOOTIE NEWS Mourinho on Newcastle job, Mo Salah's proposed new £500k-a-week Liverpool dealLatestFOOTY PRAYERS Newcastle say fan who had suspected heart attack is 'stable & responsive'Live BlogNewcastle 2 Spurs 3 Eric Dier heads into own...
    KATIE Price will go to The Priory for treatment after pleading guilty to drink driving and driving while disqualified today. The 43-year-old has been banned from driving once again after the horror smash in Horsham, West Sussex, early yesterday morning. 1Katie Price has been banned from driving again and must go to The PrioryCredit: Rex In court, Katie's lawyer confirmed that the star had spoken to The Priory and that she had a meeting arranged to visit the centre today but she had not attended. Her lawyer went on to mention that The Priory have confirmed a bed for Katie 'depending on what happens from here'. The judge told her she must undertake treatment at The Priory and most not commit any further offences until her next court appearance. She was also slapped with another driving ban. The star is due back in court on December 15, when she will be sentenced but she must attend The Priory before then. Katie has previously had stints at the rehab centre and has praised them for helping get her life back on...
    AMATEUR footballer Raschid Arsanukaev has been handed a 48-GAME ban after intentionally breaking the nose of an opponent. The Russian is claimed to have headbutted a rival player after being sent off by the referee for two bookable offences. 2A Russian amateur footballer has been handed a 48-game ban for headbutting an opponent resulting in him breaking his noseCredit: Alamy According to Kronen Zeitung via Bild, Arsanukaev took exception to match official Romano Giovanni during the Austrian ninth-tier clash between FC Viktoria 62 Bregenz and Gofis Satteins 1b. He was given his marching orders in the 87th minute for an attempted headbutt, which Arsanukaev protested against. But the referee insisted that the offence was worthy of a second yellow card. It has been stated that he then approached Giovanni where he is alleged to have said: "I'll show you what is punishable." Arsanukaev then headbutted an opponent resulting in the individual breaking his nose. The incident resulted in Viktoria immediately releasing him, while the police recorded the incident where they reported it the court. Most read in footballLive BlogUNITED LATEST Olmo...
    HUNGARY have been handed a two-match stadium ban and a massive fine after fans racially abused England’s stars. Fifa have dished out the punishment - which includes a £160,000 fine - due to the trouble in the stadium during England’s 4-0 win in Budapest on September 2. 2Hungary have been handed a two-game stadium ban after fans racially abused England players earlier this monthCredit: Reuters 2Manchester City ace Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham were targeted with vile abuseCredit: Reuters Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham were among the players racially abused while fans also threw objects onto the pitch during the match. Supporters will be banned from the World Cup qualifier against Albania on October 9 while the second match ban will be suspended for a period of two years. In a statement, FIFA said :“The FIFA Disciplinary Committee has imposed a ban and a substantial fine on the Hungarian Football Federation (MLSZ) in relation to the racist behaviour of numerous supporters during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifying match between Hungary and England on 2 September 2021. “After analysing...
    NORTH KOREA has been suspended from the Olympic movement - after being the only country not to send athletes to Tokyo 2020. IOC chief Thomas Bach confirmed North Korea will be banned until the end of next year as a result of its Tokyo no-show. 1North Korea were the only nation not to send any athletes to the Olympic GamesCredit: AP It means the pariah state will not be allowed to send an official team to the Beijing Winter Olympics in February. However, IOC chiefs may allow individual North Korean athletes who have qualified to take part under the Olympic banner. A statement from the IOC said: "Throughout the process, the PRK NOC was given a fair opportunity to be heard, and received very clear warnings about the consequences of its position and the fact that any violation of the Olympic Charter would ultimately expose the PRK NOC to the measures and sanctions provided in the Olympic Charter." They went on to add that the 'reassurances for the holding of a safe Games' and vaccines for North Korean athletes were...
    MARKO ARNAUTOVIC has been slapped with a one-match BAN for his 'insulting' celebration during Austria's Euro 2020 win over North Macedonia. The former West Ham star, 32, scored his side's third goal in the 89th minute to seal a 3-1 victory. 4Marko Arnautovic has been banned for one game by Uefa for his 'insulting' celebration during the win over North MacedoniaCredit: AP 4North Macedonia players claimed Arnautovic had racially abused Ezgjan Alioski and Egzon Bejtulai - two players with Albanian rootsCredit: AFP Arnautovic was held back by David Alaba as he celebrated wildly. After the game, furious North Macedonia players claimed Arnautovic had racially abused them, insisting the player had directed 'insults' at Ezgjan Alioski and Egzon Bejtulai - two players with Albanian roots. Arnautovic is an ethnic Serb, a country that does not recognise the former Yugoslav state as an independent nation. North Macedonia released a scathing statement 'demanding the harshest punishment', while Arnautovic swiftly denied any racism. After an investigation, Uefa have decided to ban Arnautovic for one game - Thursday night's clash with Holland - for 'insulting another...
    TOTTENHAM Hotspur star Erik Lamela has been banned from driving for six months today after he was caught speeding. The Premier League player, 29, racked up 15 penalty points on his licence after he sped in his in north London last year. 2Erik Lamela has been banned from driving for six months today after he was caught speedingCredit: Reuters Lamela has exceeded the DVLA's 12-point limit, Wimbledon Magistrates' Court heard today. On May 13 last year the Spurs attacking midfielder, who also plays for Argentina, drove at 48 miles per hour on the A10 between Turkey Street and Hoe Lane in Enfield. The road has a 40-mile per hour limit. Lamela did not appear in court despite letters requesting his attendance being sent to his flat in East Finchley. Magistrates made the decision to disqualify him from driving in his absence. In December last year, England footballer Jack Grealish was banned from driving for nine months and fined £82,499. Most read in NewsMEETING' MASSACRE'Mass shooter Samuel Cassidy killed eight' after 'setting home on fire'HORROR FINDNeighbor 'in tears' after finding body of 'kidnapped and...
    AC MILAN star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has avoided a ban from Uefa for having a financial interest in a betting company. The Swedish striker has been fined €50,000 - around £43,000 - but will be able to play for the Serie A side in next season's Champions League. 2Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been found guilty by Uefa - but won't face a banCredit: EPA Uefa began an investigation into Ibrahimovic's relationship with a Maltese betting company last month. They have found him guilty of participating 'directly or indirectly in betting or similar activities relating to competition matches or who has a direct or indirect financial interest in such activities'. Many feared a guilty verdict would come with a maximum three-year ban, virtually ending the 39-year-old's illustrious career. But he will now be available for Milan next season, who are back in the Champions League after finishing second in Serie A. The Italian side have also been fined €25,000 - around £21,000 - by Uefa. Despite evading suspension, Ibrahimovic will NOT represent Sweden at Euro 2020 after picking up an injury...
    WILLIAM SALIBA has been hit with a suspended one-month ban by the French FA for his role in an X-rated video scandal. In February, a leaked Snapchat video resurfaced which showed the young Arsenal defender, 20, filming a team-mate masturbating in the dressing room. 2William Saliba has been slapped with a suspended one-month ban for his role in an X-rated video scandalCredit: Reuters The original clip is believed to have been from 2018 but only did the rounds on social media earlier this year. Saliba has now been hit with a suspended one-month ban following a disciplinary hearing. That means he will NOT miss any playing time for Nice - where he is currently on loan - or France unless he breaches any rules again, say RMC Sport. Meanwhile, Brighton ace Ulrick Eneme Ella, 19, has been banned for three months for his role in the video. In Ella's case, just ONE of those months has been suspended, meaning he will serve...
    ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC has been slapped with a one-match ban and £4,000 fine for ‘disrespecting’ a referee in AC Milan's win over Parma. The striker was sent off against Parma on the hour mark with Milan 2-0 up. 1Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been slapped with a one-match banCredit: AFP Ibrahimovic, 39, was shown red after he traded words with the match official. Milan coach Stefano Pioli told Sky Sport Italia: "Zlatan told me that he argued with the referee and it lasted some time. "He assured me that he did not disrespect him and above all he did not offend." Despite protesting his innocence, the Swede will miss Milan's next game and forced to pay the fine. The club went on to win the game 3-1, but still trail rivals and league leaders Inter Milan by eight points. Ibrahimovic turns 40 on October 3 but shows no signs of slowing down just yet. He has 15 goals in 17 league appearances and is close to extending his stay in Milan for another year. And according...
    Joe Exotic's husband Dillon Passage has sent the Tiger King a heartfelt video message for their third wedding anniversary, saying: 'I love you very much. You'll be home soon, stay strong.' In the video, given to DailyMailTV exclusively, Passage, 22, says he wishes they could spend 'this special time together' ahead of the anniversary Friday. Former zoo owner Exotic is currently in prison serving a 22-year sentence after being found guilty of a murder-for-hire plot against his exotic animal rival Carole Baskin. His legal team, dubbed Team Tiger, is working on an appeal and also pushing for a presidential pardon for Exotic. And supportive Passage, who recently moved to Texas to be closer to his husband, made the video for the 57-year-old in the hope he will catch a glimpse of it on DailyMailTV from Federal Medical Center, Fort Worth,Texas. Joe Exotic's husband Dillon Passage has sent the Tiger King a heartfelt video message for their third wedding anniversary
    JOEL TOMKINS has been given the bum’s rush by being whacked with an eight-game ban for supposedly trying to put his finger up an opponent’s backside. And Catalans team-mate Michael McIlorum is also feeling dirty after being suspended for six matches – a punishment slammed by owner Bernard Guasch. 2Joel Tomkins has been given an eight-match ban for trying to put his finger up an opponent's backside 2Tomkins was pulled for the 'attack' on Leeds Rhinos' star Richie MylerCredit: Rex Features Now both will miss Friday’s Super League semi-final with St Helens, the Grand Final if they make it and the opening weeks of the 2021 campaign. Tomkins was hit with a Grade F charge, rugby league’s most severe, for the incident involving Leeds’ Richie Myler in the 55th minute of Friday’s play-off win. The Rhinos’ full-back did not make an accusation when asked by on-field official Chris Kendall – but TV footage revealed what caused it. And a disciplinary panel, which sat for a mammoth seven-hour session, certainly did not take it lightly as they dished out the punishment....
    LAZIO defender Patric has been banned for four games and fined £9,000 after BITING Lecce's Giulio Donati. Ex-Barcelona star Patric lost his head and saw red in stoppage time as Lazio's Serie A title bid all but ended with a 2-1 loss at the relegation strugglers. 2Spaniard Patric must sit out four games for biting Donati, who has accepted the defender's apology 2Lecce's Donati turns in shock after Patric bit him - but in the end it was the ex-Barcelona star who will suffer most But Lecce right-back Donati, 30, has DEFENDED Patric - because the 27-year-old did no physical harm and said sorry afterwards. Donati told ANSA: “He did nothing to me and apologised straight after, so bear that in mind. “I also live with emotions so I understand Patric why, in such a hard-fought game, did what he did. 1-2-FREE Simply predict Man City, Spurs vs Arsenal and Leicester scores this coming weekend and win £100 "Patric apologised straight after. His gesture was rightfully punished with a red, but it didn’t do me any harm. “Therefore, I’d ask people to...
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